Ella Mills, founder of Deliciously Ella, is an award-winning cookery author and entrepreneur, and a champion of eating well. She started off with her popular blog, deliciouslyella.com, which has had over 110 million hits in the last three years. Her first book came out in January 2015 and has been the bestselling debut cookbook ever in the UK and a New York Times bestseller. She has since released a further three bestselling books, created a #1 app and, with her husband, opened a deli in London, as well as launching a food product line across the UK.
Praise for Deliciously Ella
Ella Woodward is deliciously magnificent! Her recipes are out of this world, and her wellness philosophy is life-changing. I adore this scrumptious cookbook and am so grateful for Ella's inspiring work.--Kris Carr, author of the New York Times best-selling Crazy Sexy Diet
Corn fritters with smoky baked beans and avocado mash, a creamy mushroom soup, and Sri Lankan curry bring hearty fare to the table, while lighter options include spiced new potatoes with minty yogurt dressing, a simple pesto salad, and harissa roasted eggplant. For something sweet at any time of day, Mills presents an almond Victoria cake (made with ground almonds, buckwheat flour, and coconut yogurt), fudgy brownies, and buckwheat pancakes with hot chocolate sauce. Mills's recipes are simple and accessible...Deliciously Ella fans will appreciate this volume.
Ella's debut cookbook is a must-read. With a feast of over 100 brand-new recipes, from energizing breakfasts to sweet treats . . . your new and natural food journey starts here. As well as working with whole foods and ingredients that your body will love, Ella tells the story of why she started eating this way. One of a kind.--Heat Magazine
Ella's Instagram is packed full of vibrant-colored dishes with heaps of fresh vegetables, as well as lots of great ideas for smoothies and healthy breakfasts.--Red Magazine
The reality of her story and the reasons for writing the blog resonate with her audience . . . She is just a normal girl who stumbled on a way to help herself recover from serious illness and wants to share her secrets.--Daily Telegraph
We've all gone crazy for Deliciously Ella . . . She has become the biggest thing in healthy eating.--The Times